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Address6/2 Civil Lines, Abdullash Haroon Road
Karachi, 75530
PostalGPO Box 3745
Phonelocal: (021) 522.0800
international: +92.21.522.0800
Faxlocal: (021) 568.0820
international: +92.21.568.0820

» Can I visit Japan without a visa?

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Dawood Haider
Thu, 26 May 2011 01:23 EDT
with due respect it is kindly stated that I want to know that now a days Japan Embassy endorsed Working Visa? I really interested in Working Visa kindly inform me I am waiting your early and prompt response.

Khalid Rafiq
Mon, 2 May 2011 03:34 EDT
Respected Sir,

My Name is Khalid Rafiq, I am from Pakistan & live in Karachi. Last month I was purchase Used National Model No. CW-C18AS, Sheild Type AC Split made in Japan in open market. Sir I have no any booklet or user manual for operating this unit. In this split all language in Japanese language because I don’t understand the front panel operating system. translate the some Japanese Language in this translate to English.
For this kindness I will very thankful to you.

With regards,

Khalid Rafiq,
Cell #. 00-92-345-222-638-7
e-mail: khalidrafiq901@hotmail.com
walijan achakzai
Mon, 10 May 2010 07:36 EDT
required japan visa
dear sir,
with due respect it is kindly stated that i want to visit japan as i am doing business in quetta (import&export) and travel agency (pvt)ltd .secondly i also have business in nagoya japan for this i can import gurranttee from japan .
i need your information and assisstance

walijan achakzai

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